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about his father until decades later. bob mackenzie brought us this report in the 1990s. >> reporter: mamola did pretty well for himself. something has bothered ed mamola all his life. he and his brother never knew anything about their father expect that he had died when they were babies. their mother managed to support the boys by working two jobs but she would never talk about her husband. >> she wouldn't talk nothing about what he was doing or nothing. she was just scared. she was scared the mafia was going to come get her and us kids. >> reporter: finally this year, mamola got a call from sergeant jim nelson of the alameda county sheriff's department. nelson had ran across this story of joseph momola a policeman killed on the job in 1827. and a few weeks ago, nelson and the mamolas went to alam rock cemetery and walked to the grave of joseph mamola, jeff's father. >> it's nice when you get something like this when you get a nice ending. >> reporter: the story sergeant nelson told them was this, joseph mamola was a constable, an elected police official in richmond in the days of p
't know his brother was bob mckenzie. a great reporter, great photographer. what a talented family. >> yeah. like you said great photographer and he is a great dad. he is -- just so neat to work with him. we will miss him a lot. around here heating up the bay area weekend. we have fog along the coast. it didn't heat up todayt. was just -- 15 degrees cooler in many locations, ten in others, fog still in san francisco. you are like what are you talking about? we are in downtown market. its going to warm up this week. it's a major warming trend. tomorrow it starts but really kicks in, sunday and monday. san francisco, tomorrow just mid60s. you get mid-90s inland. sunday san francisco -- very hot as you get into monday. of course with the increasing temperatures, increase in fire danger. spare the air and they will issue one under and monday. the inversion will get shallower. the air quality won't be great. the fire danger goes up and it'll be one of those weekends, here is the deal. though it's getting hot and dry we won't see the incredible off shore winds, that's what i worry about
state won it 42-16. >> charles: bob simmons was the head coach. that became a bowl team for oklahoma state. it was not touched by oklahoma state in the field of play. that ball goes to the 40 yard line on the kick out of bounds on the kickoff. excellent field position again for them to start. actually, it's on the 35. excuse me. now we're going to look and see if it was touched. >> gus: texas with 18 wins in the last 19 games, decided by three points or less. >> charles: the ball bounces on the kickoff. texas didn't want to give justin gilbert an opportunity. the hand came up. did it alter the path of the ball, knock it out of bounds? head goes down. i think they're going to say that that hit an oklahoma state player and the ball will be out there. see the player? his head's down. like i touched it and i didn't possess it. number 39, i believe, there. but i think that's ted dij teddy johnson. n not wes harlan. we have two 39s. >> gus: that is johnson. >> charles: sometimes your body large debe trays you. watch how he pursues the ball to the sidelines. i think he felt like he hit it.
compared two hypothetical architects. >> bob works for a private company, jerry is a state government employee. bob drives a nice car. jerry's car is 40% nicer. >> the disparity makes no sense. >> reporter: the taxpayer watchdog says california state workers bank an average $43.10 an hour compared to $30.65 for the private-sector employee. that's because the totals include wages, benefits and pensions. >> these pensions are unaffordable an freezing out basic services. >> reporter: the watchdog group says if this trend continues, sources like police and fire will suffer as the government pays pensions, not everyone agreed. >> to make a statement like that ignores a lot of facts and unique circumstances that are at work in many states and cities. >> reporter: the retirement administrators says pension contributions make up fewer than 9% of a state's budget. the association says the report demonizes workers. california received an f. in washington, jaqqueline fell. >>> president obama and republican nominee mitt romney are in their final hours of preparation for the first of three high s
now is the time to do that. >> tough dab tough call. >> my vote is for bob. >> maybe inland temperatures maybe it will not matter. 70s to 90s although if you didn't hear it, 100 degrees in santa cruz yesterday. all records were set on this date and we only had one record yesterday and that was 90 degrees. san rafael 106 not a chance, livermore 106, san jose, maybe. we are forecasting 106 san jose. 65 in san francisco which is the warmest temperatures hayward and low 60s sitting at 63. so far nothing at fso. we have a little system ushering in a westerly breeze. we have a mild morning for most, 80s 90s to near 100 degrees. if you are sitting at 65 it doesn't take much to warm up. it will still be warm to hot. wednesday, friday looks like a significant cool down which will take us into the weekend. >>> time right now, a string of male theft, the information about what will be taken. >>> it forced people to run for their lives. >>> good morning westbound 24, this traffic in oakland -- we have traffic in oakland and we will tell you more about the bay area weather coming up. . >
in on line. >>> a busy 405 freeway in los angeles will be shut down this weekend. our reporter, bob decastro, is out there right now. we've heard the threats before. are people nervous now, bob? >> reporter: you know, it depends on who you talk to. if you talk to the officials here, yeah, they are a little bit because we had karmageddon -- carmageddon i and everything went off without a hitch and so now people are thinking oh, that was easy. i can do this asly. well, that's not the case. this area here that they are working on, it will take about 53 hours. they expect about 500,000 cars pass through through any given weekend. what they are saying. they have that volume of traffic and that could mean complete gridlock in just about the entire southern california air -- area here on the west side of los angeles to downtown l.a. >> the 405, the busiest freeway in the country and this is the stretch between the 101 and the 10 freeway and both of them pretty much two and three when it comes to the busiest freeways. there are contingency plans in place. i can tell you mass transit they have more t
raise their head bobbing i was like i'm in the game. >> reporter: tens of thousands of people auditioned in several cities and online. the show stopped by oakland for a few days and we were there as the hopefuls tried out. only a few made it through including oakland's okay mia minor. >> hi paul. i know you. >> and i know you now. >> reporter: she and other contestants say they can hardly believe they made it this far. >> i know i got it. okay. but i didn't know if they were going to give it to me. >> i still feel like it's a dream. like my dad is like can i pinch you. you're-- you're really hear. like you just got four best yeses. >> reporter: after being told yes by the judges, the contestants are being temporarily made major stars taking part of a photo shoot. >> it was so weird to be a performer and have the focus on me. it's something i've dreamed about my whole life. >> reporter: up next of the contestants who cleared the first round, boot camp. where they will have to prove to the judges that they have what it takes. >> and at you will find an x factor tab right there on
coming. >> reporter: we spoke with a's manager bob melvin about the keys to this season's success shortly before the start of tonight's game. >> we got a lot of good players, number one. number two, we play hard every day that's the thing i'm most proud of. >> reporter: in this final a's stretch, they've set up a merchandise table. right here right now i can hear the loud roar of the crowd just behind me. they have won a wild card spot. and the last time the a's made the play offs was in 2006. so this final stretch is very rewarding for the die-hard fans that have been here game after game. any minute now i expect the fans to come pouring out. but as i can hear them, they are loud. they are excited. there are two more games. they've won -- it was close for a long time but they won. like i said i can hear the excitement. the roaring, any minute i'm expecting them to come out. they have another game tomorrow and another game on wednesday. if they win the next two games they will clench the al west division. reporting live here at the oakland coliseum, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a r
the catch. 5-1 to win it. here is the manager, bob melvin, talking. >> i know you had a good feeling about this team in spring training. >> i know that even during that nine-game losing streak, you still had the confidence, still had the team behind you. when was it that you thought, yes, we are a west division championship team? >> you know what? i don't know that i -- we could try to get better. we just tried to get better and better as the season went along. june, july, august, we started to have a feeling that we could do something if we stayed in a position to do it. you know, you look at our record the second half of the season, absolutely amazing. >> from day 1, it's been inside of us. they never give up. they try to come back. when you get down after a big inning like that, in a situation like this, there's no time to hang your head. you gotta fight back right away. we got in this dugout. we were ready to go. >> we've all been in a position of having to fight for our livelihood to stay up here. you put a bunch of guys in a clubhouse like that, and there's a mentally that you go out
calling the benghazi assault an act of terrorism. while republican senator bob corker joins a growing number of officials questioning whether the obama administration was involved in a cover-up. and, we're back now with the panel. the director of national intelligence issued an extraordinary statement friday afternoon, that their initial information was, that it was a spontaneous protest, but since then they got new information, they revised their assessment, and they now believe it was a deliberate, quoted, deliberate and organized terrorist attack. question, bill: does that get the obama white house off the hook in their shifting explanations of what happened in benghazi? >> well, it shouldn't because it was clear, it was a terrorist attack and leon panetta said it was obviously an attack, before susan rice said it was a spontaneous protest about a video and the president has a big investment in the narrative, is usama bin laden dead an al-queda finished and, it turns out al qaeda and affiliates, al-sharia are capable of launching sophisticated terrorist attacks, and, the day and da
league wild card spots. the as celebrated with the t- shirts and hats there. bob melvin got a pie in the face. [ cheers ] >> actually, there's talk of melvin being a candidate for manager. year. mean isle while, back in the clubhouse, the champagne and beer were glowing. there's a lot of dancing. if oakland wins today and tomorrow, the last two games of the regular season, they will be division champions. >> it's -- it all came together so perfectly. i didn't expect to be here this year. next year i did. but not this year. we're really excited. >> does it feel like you thought it would? >> you can't put a word on what this feels like. this is how you -- what you work your hole life -- your whole life for. there's only about 21,000 fans at the game last night. they are expecting about 3,000 fans tonight. and if they win, they will expect about 30,000 fans. >> and then there's the yankees. >> yes. >>> there is a major effort to attract new firefighter to come to contra costa county. we'll tell you how many spots they are looking to fill and how you can apply. d i don't want this to
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